Wood Crate with Doggie Treats

A Wood Crate with Doggie Treats

By PaperedChef, May 1, 2017

Wood Crate with Doggie Treats

Ingredients:

Stampin’ Up Wood Textures Designer Series Paper
Stampin’ Up Whisper White Card stock
Stampin’ Up Fresh Fig ink
Stampin’ Up Crumb Cake Ink
Stampin’ Up Sweet Home Stamp Set– Bone stamp
Stampin’ Up Wood Words Stamp Set – Fresh Treats stamp
Stampin’ Up Wood Crate Framelits Dies
Big Shot
Stampin’ Up Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper – poodle
Brother Scan N’ Cut
Precision Base Plate
Cutting Plate
Glue Dots
Rolling Adhesive
Milk Bone Dog Biscuits
Plastic Bags

Recipe:

Cut out two pieces of the crate using the Wood Textures dsp. Watch the grain of the wood and put the paper into the Big Shot so that the wood grain is horizontally oriented for the crate. The paper is double-sided but be aware of the folds before you attach it. The reason is that the paper is thin and if you fold it the wrong way, it is better to just cut another piece. If you were to fold it again, it could rip. Use rolling adhesive along the bottom and the flaps to attach the two pieces of the crate. Stamp the sentiment and bone onto white card stock. The poodle can be fuzzy cut from the paper or in this case, I used my Brother Scan N’ Cut to cut out the image with a border around it. The dog was attached to the tag with a glue dot and then the tag was attached to the treats with another glue dot. The crate holds 5 or 6 mini Milk Bone dog biscuits. I placed them into bags because I wanted the wood crate to be reusable.

Visit my Stampin’ Up site to view items which are featured here. Please be patient because the Wood Textures and Birthday Memories bundles are not available for purchase until June 1, 2017. There are lots of other great specials going on with products which will retire soon. http://paperedchef.stampinup.net

4 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for sharing! Adorable!!!

  2. Kelly says:

    LOVE this!!!

  3. Nancy says:

    too cute!

  4. Anne says:

    what a great idea! (Bailey my Boston agrees 🙂

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